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Philip Rieck of Omaha graciously presented at the Kansas City .NET Users Group last night (with only 6 days notice).  His topic was over SOA, but from an architecture standpoint, not code.  The presentation went over wonderfully.  The audience was top notch for the area and we had some great discussions during and after the presentation about SOA and the techniques presented.  If you can get Philip to come to your group, I highly suggest you go for it.  Also, if you are an XBox Live player, his gamertag is “PhilipRocks”.  Thanks Philip!

Philip's Blog: http://philiprieck.com/blog/

Posted on Wednesday, March 24, 2004 7:26 AM .NET , Personal | Back to top


Comments on this post: Philip Rieck rocked the house last night!

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That sounds like I missed a presentation! I had a birthday dinner to go to that night so I missed it. I considered emailing to see if you guys would consider changin the meeting date to suit my schedule but didn't think you'd bite. :) Do you know if he is going to have any slides or anything to post about SOA? I'm still a little vague on what it is all about.
Left by Marc Shiker on Mar 26, 2004 5:45 AM

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> Do you know if he is going to have any slides or
> anything to post about SOA? I'm still a little vague
> on what it is all about.

Mark, I posted my notes here:

http://hcorrea.no-ip.com/dotwiki/Default.aspx?topic=ServiceOrientedArchitecture
Left by HectorCorrea on Mar 26, 2004 7:08 AM

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I'm sorry, due to the rigors of travelling and all I was away from the net for a few days. I'll be posting the slides and emailing them to Jeff this weekend.

My apologies for the delay!
Left by Philip Rieck on Mar 27, 2004 9:47 AM

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